After announcing its first-ever electric SUV, many auto lease enthusiasts can’t wait to see more surprises that BMW has lined up in their sleeves. BMW is also set to launch an all-new nameplate, the X8, which will be more like a coupe version of the X7.
The all-new and all-electric SUV, 2022 iX, delivers up to 500 horsepower and 300 miles of driving range per charge. It comes in two variants and sports a spacious cabin with a swath of modern tech features. Also, an all-new electric sedan with up to two electric motors and a total of 536 hp joins BMW’s EV portfolio, together with the already existing i8 and i3. The 2022 i4 will start at $56,395.
Away from EVs, the small and stylish BMW 2-series is all-new for 2022. This all-new generation of the two-door BMW is bigger than its outgoing model. It still comes standard with a rear-wheel-drive—the M2 rides on a two-inch-longer wheelbase than its predecessor. BMW has dropped the drop-top option for 2022.
Moving higher on the BMW lineup, the ever luxurious and sporty BMW 3-series is back, and it still retains its spot as one of the best sport sedans. And though not much has changed with the 2022 BMW 3-series, some of its trims now afford new standard features. The 2022 BMW 4-series remains mostly unchanged as well. However, this stylish BMW two-door sedan still boasts a luxuriously outfitted cabin and fuel-efficient and punchy powertrains.
And for shoppers that fancy comfortable and spacious cruiser over hotblooded lots, BMW offers just that with the 2022 7-series. Although this BMW’s flagship sedan carries over largely unchanged, the 2022 BMW 7-series now delivers a remote-control parking feature as a stand-alone option. Also, the BMW’s most opulent two-door model, the 8-series, is back for the 2022 model. The 8-series still comes in coupe and convertible body style. BMW has tweaked some features across different trims in the 2022 8-series.
After skipping the 2021 model year, the new 2022 M8 coupe and convertible now comes with the Competition package as standard. Surprisingly, this doesn’t affect the price as it costs the same as its previous model, without the Competition package. The 2022 M8 Gran Coupe also gets the same treatment.
BMW has made minor changes to its entry-level SUV, the 2022 X2. However, the higher X3 receives a fresh styling for 2022. The 2022 X3 now comes with new headlamps and taillamps, an updated grille, new wheel designs, and updated front and rear bumpers. The high performance 2022 X3M now affords enhanced performance, thanks to its new engine tuning.
Like the 2022 X3, the new X4 gets refresher restyling. Its grille, bumpers, exterior lighting, and wheels all get a fresh design for 2022. A larger 12.3-inch infotainment display is now standard. The 2022 X4 M gets the same treatment and a slight tuning in its powertrain to produce extra torque. A new Limited-production Competition Sport (CS) joins the 2022 M5 lineup. The 2022 X6 got a complete redesign in 2020. It’s likely to remain unchanged this year.
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